Remixed Triangle Scarf or Shawl

Mandala in Unicorn

Magic Light Ice Yarns

I decided to take some of my patterns and remix them. This next one in the remix series is my popular Triangle Scarf pattern. Just like that pattern, you can use any yarn and any hook size to achieve the look you want. For my samples, I used my super favorite yarn Lion Brand Mandala and Ice Yarns Magic Light, because they are both a DK (size 3) weight and perfect for spring/summer weather.

With this design, I decided to try the asymmetrical look, because it is a popular style and I thought it would be perfect in the current design I already had up. So win-win in my book. I hope you enjoy the pattern, and I hope you show it off. I’d love to see your version on Ravelry and Instagram. Just tag me (@nettagyrl) on Instagram and hashtag my blog name #oliveandbrook.

This project will probably take about 5+ hours but really it is up to how long you want it that will determine your time.

Pattern is written in US crochet terms. This pattern gives you PERMISSION TO SELL your finished items. It is appreciated if you credit the design to Acquanetta Ferguson and to list the pattern link.

K hook (use your choice of hook)
1 skein Lion Brand Mandala in Unicorn
1 skein Magic Ice
Tapestry needle

Stitches used:
Treble Crochet – tc
Chain - ch

Some notes on this pattern.
The odd numbered row at the beginning will not have the increase. But at the end of the odd numbered rows will be the increase.

The even numbered rows at the beginning will have the increase. But at the end of the even numbered rows no increase. Keep that in mind when working may need stitch markers.

Triangle Scarf
Row 1 With K hook, ch 7 then tc in last ch from the hook. Turn. See fig. 1

Fig. 1

Row 2 Ch 6 (counts as tc and ch 2 here and throughout) and tc in same stitch. Ch 2, tc in 4th ch of previous row. Turn. (3 tc) See fig. 2 and fig. 3

Fig. 2
Fig. 3

Row 3 Ch 6, tc in same stitch as the tc in previous row (please note this is the side that will not get the increase) ch 2, tc in 4th chain (ch 6 from previous row), ch 2, then tc in same stitch. Turn. (4 tc) See fig. 4

Fig. 4

Row 4 Ch 6 and tc in same stitch. Ch 2, tc in tc from previous row, ch 2, tc in tc from previous row, ch 2, tc in 4th ch. Turn. (5 tc) See fig. 5 and 6.

Fig. 5

Fig. 6

Repeat rows 3 and 4 by increasing on one side of the scarf. For the Magic Light shawl, I used the whole skein. For the Mandala, I used most but still a lot left over, probably about 50 grams give or take.

Once you get to the desired length, add fringe or leave as is. Very versatile piece. Enjoy and thanks for trying.


  1. I love the Mandala yarn, too! I have a skein of the Phoenix that's just sitting here staring at me, so it's going to get turned into this shawl! Thanks so much for the lovely pattern!

  2. I have struggled a bit with this. Might you be able to make a video? Thanks for the consideration!

    1. Hello,

      I struggled some with this too. But then I looked a bit closer and you are only increasing once every other row. And that increase is always on the same side if the scarf. That give it the curve you see in the pictures

  3. Got some Berroco Liana yarn on clearance at a knit shop and this looks like the perfect pattern for it - perfect level of lacy-ness!


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